I use "Remote Anything" to control one of my computers. It just sits in a corner and does the workload - it doesnt even have a screen. This also makes me able to access the computer from work, or from my laptop wherever I should be. The Nod32 latest beta finds the "slave.exe" file, and presents it as a threat. Now, I understand why - if I didnt install it myself it would be a serious threat, but obviously I am fully aware of what it is and want to continue using it. I add the file to the exclusion list undera AMON, and NOD32 doesn't make me delete the file now. Still, it finds it on every scan, and prompts me to delete it. I have autoscans on monday and friday, and today it found it on the scan, and sent a message to my setup viruswarning account that my system was infected. Is there no way to make NOD32 just accept that file as a goodguy?